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In Living Color: Depression Treatment in Primary Care
Depression is a highly common health condition affecting nearly 20 million Americans, Caucasian population and racial/ethnic minorities alike. For many patients, if they receive treatment for depression at all, it is most likely to occur in the primary care setting.
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NAMI National has selected four NAMI State Office and Affiliate sites to roll out the In Living Color: Depression Treatment in Primary Care education program. The grant program will provide invaluable feedback and evaluation data to NAMI National for consideration before making the program widely available.
Program updates and information gathered from these grant sites will be shared on this site and through Recovery for All, the e-newsletter of the Multicultural Action Center.
In Living Color: Depression Treatment in Primary Care Featured in NAMI Multicultural Action Center Newsletter
Follow the development of curriculum (formerly called the NAMI-APA Collaborative) with the first program announcement featured in the September 2006 issue, the follow-up article in December 2007, and in the announcement of the program completion in the December 2008 issue of Recovery for All.
Initiative Featured at NAMI 2007 Convention in San Diego
In a workshop entitled, "Eliminating Disparities in Depression Care for Racial/Ethnic Communities: An APA-NAMI Collaborative," program authors, Annelle Primm, M.D., Majose Carrasco, M.P.A., Alison Bondurant, and Marin Swesey, B.A., provided an overview of plans for the curriculum and sought feedback from the audience. Click here to view the powerpoint presentation.